Spanish Governor's Palace Tours and Tickets
The Spanish Governor’s Palace in San Antonio, which served as housing for a series of Spanish aristocrats, is the only remaining 18th-century Spanish colonial townhouse in Texas. Along with the Alamo and other historic missions, the Governor’s Palace invites visitors to witness an important chapter of Texas history for themselves.
Tuesday - Saturday: 9am - 5pm. Sundays: 10am - 5pm
105 Plaza De Armas, San Antonio, TX 78205
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City Sightseeing San Antonio City Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour
See San Antonio's top attractions and historic landmarks at your own pace with a 1-,2-, or 4-day ticket for the hop-on hop-off sightseeing tour. Explore the sites you like and hear informative recorded commentary aboard the double-decker tour bus. Learn about San Antonio's history, culture, architecture and more as you pass by the Alamo, HemisFair Park, Tower of the Americas and Cathedral of San Fernando, then browse the shops at the Rivercenter Mall along the River Walk.
San Antonio River Walk Cruise, Hop-On Hop-Off Tour & Tower of Americas
Combine two great tours, plus admission to an iconic landmark, for a comprehensive look at the city of San Antonio. Enjoy a relaxing boat cruise along the San Antonio River, explore the most popular sites in San Antonio on a hop-on hop-off double-decker bus, and enjoy a spectacular view of Alamo City from the top of the Tower of the Americas.
San Antonio Haunted History Ghost Tour
There's a lot of strange history that's happened here in the streets of San Antonio, and over the course of this San Antonio ghost tour, hear the haunted, paranormal tales of notorious Texas events. The tour begins and ends at The Alamo, where you meet your guides who are carrying lanterns and dressed in historic costumes. Walk the streets of the city's Old Town and learn its fascinating past, which is vividly and masterfully brought to life by the informative and passionate guides.
San Antonio River Walk Cruise and Hop-On Hop-Off Tour
Combine two great tours for a comprehensive look at the city of San Antonio. Enjoy a relaxing, 35-minute River Walk boat cruise along the San Antonio River. Explore the most popular sites in San Antonio on a scenic hop-on hop-off, double-decker bus tour. Visit popular sites like the Alamo, Pearl Brewery, the San Antonio Museum of Art, Market Square, and many more. Select a pass and get to know the city in custom fashion, with live, onboard narration. Both the bus and boat have frequent departures throughout the day.
The Madames and Mayhem Walking Ghost Tour
Get ready to be spooked on this adult only, late-night walking ghost tour of San Antonio. You’ll hear all the stories of the sinister and sordid secrets that haunt the city. Get back into the past and learn about the previous inhabitants like opportunists and outlaws who had fateful endings to their lives, but who now spend their time haunting the streets of San Antonio.
The Haunted Ghost Bus Tour in San Antonio
See the haunted side of San Antonio on this ghost-themed bus tour. Your guide, a sinister fellow who proclaims to be in tune with the afterlife, leads you on a chilling exploration of the city’s famed haunted sites including the Menger Hotel, the old Red Light District, the former Bexar County Jail, an historic cemetery, and more.
San Antonio Segway Ghost Tour
Roll through San Antonio's spookier side on an evening haunted history tour by Segway. Perched atop a self-balancing electric scooter, head to some of downtown’s most storied and supposedly haunted locales, where a guide shares tales of notorious gun-slingers, ghosts of the Alamo, and legends of old Indian burial grounds. It’s a frightfully fun way to spend an evening immersed in Texas lore—unlimited spine tingles included!
Hop-On Hop-Off Tour, Buckhorn Saloon and Museum of Art Admission
See major attractions in San Antonio at your own pace on a hop-on hop-off bus tour pass that is valid for 48 hours. Take in landmarks such as the Alamo, Tower of the Americas, and Riverwalk, and use the provided admission tickets to visit the Buckhorn Saloon and Texas Ranger Museum, and the San Antonio Museum of Art.
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What are Spanish Governor's Palace hours of operation?
Spanish Governor's Palace hours of operation: Tuesday - Saturday: 9am - 5pm. Sundays: 10am - 5pm. Buy tickets in advance on Viator. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.
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